Intercultural education, Vol.21, No3, June 2010 -18 February 2011

As a generic and diversified pedagogy, cooperation learning (CL) reaches out to the field of intercultural education with an offer to establish a reciprocal relationship. After a short description of CL and a brief explorationof the influence that culture has on learning, this paper depicts how the partenrship between CL and intercultural education can help to create a culturally sensitive CL classroom, where learning is made relevant for all. Culturally responsive teaching implie using CL methods and strategies to discover the students' worlds and incorporate into the world of the classroom

  • category: Ethics Education
  • publisher: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group
  • isbn: ISSN: 1467-5986
  • author: Taylor & Francis
  • format: Journal
  • page_count: 296
  • copy_count: 1
  • is_online: No